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about. >> loved ones of a victim vanished get closure. they reached a guilty verdict without having a body. tracey tetso's family is reacting to this outcome. >> reporter: dennis tetso showed no visible emotion when he heard the verdict. he could face up to 30 years in prison. >> reporter: tears of joy flowed as tracey tetso's loved ones got the justice they waited so long to see. more than 5 1/2 years ago, she disappeared. no one ever found her body. but jurors believed there was enough evidence to convict her husband dennis of second-degree murder. >> it has been to hell and back, if i can say, the last five years. you're just constantly looking. you don't know where she could be. >> reporter: dennis tetso's fiance left court in tears. his lawyer says he'll appear. >> the evidence that they
brought in was circumstantial. it was prejudicial, inflammatory. and the result was a conviction. >> reporter: the key piece of evidence was this surveillance video showing tracy's car being parked after her disappearance. the car was being locked with a key remote. and dennis was the only one who had it. >> my aha moment was watching the video and seeing the lights of that car flash on and off. and knowing the person who walked away from that car had the key fob in their hand. that really sealed it for me. >> reporter: prosecutors believe dennis was angry tracey was having an affair. their marriage was crumbling and he was becoming obsessed with her, a woman who no longer wanted him. >> wherever she is, she didn't want to be there. somebody put her there. >> reporter: jurors declined to comment on their decision. >> thank you very much, mike.
tetso will be sentenced next month. updating the breaking news from baltimore county. two people are undergoing medical treatment right now after they were struck by a car. sky eye chopper 13 flew over the 1400 block of merit boulevard, as police responded to the scene. medics rushed two adults to the hospital. wjz is working to update their conditions. the case is over. an abrupt end to the trial for the man accused of murdering a student at frostburg state university. mary is in the newsroom to explain the development. >> jury deliberations were already under way when 21-year- old tyrone hall reached a plea agreement this afternoon. hall pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the death of frostburg basketball player brandon carol. hall agreed to a possible maximum sentence of eight years in prison. this comes after the jury told the judge it was having difficulty reaching a decision. hall confessed to shooting carroll back in april, but he claimed it was self-defense in an argument over a woman. >> as part of the agreement,
hall also pled guilty to second- degree assault for wounding another student in that shooting. well, the november general election starts today. polling stations all around the state, open for business this morning for the first of six early voting days. wjz is live. political reporter pat warren is in pimlico for more on the early-voting. >> governor o'malley was here today. and he wasn't alone. there's been a steady stream of voters casting their ballots early. >> reporter: governor o'malley chats it up with some of the first in the state to cast their general election ballot. governor o'malley hopes to set an example for the rest of the population, that better early than november. and better november than never. >> we're calling tomorrow super saturday. and there will be events all over the state. picnics, in order to encourage people to come together to celebrate the tremendous right we have as americans to
determine our own future. >> reporter: former governor bob ehrlich will also be on the campaign trail for super saturday tomorrow. a nine-county tour in which republicans feel like they have an edge. >> you know, republicans are really enthusiastic to vote. and same goes for independents. and they're breaking away this year. and we've just got a lot of people that are excited to vote this year. >> just how early voting will affect the election remains to be seen. primary turnout was low. and the state board of elections was expecting a bigger turnout this time. >> i think there was close to 10,000. >> and that compares to how much for the entire primary? >> i think the primary had around 77, 78,000. in total. >> reporter: one thing made certain at the democrats' rally yesterday, this early voting period has become a theme of the campaign. >> i want loty -- lottie, dottie, and everybody, all y'
all, i want everybody to get out there and vote. will you do it for us? come on now. >> reporter: the polls are open until 8:00 at night from now until october 28th, which is a thursday. reporting live from pimlico, i'm pat warren. back to you on television hill. >> thank you, pat. the polls do not open on sunday, however. stay with wjz for complete campaign 2010 coverage. for the latest poll information and updates log onto wjz.com. >> numbers from maryland are out. state's unemployment rate rose from august. from 7.5% in september. that's still below the national average of 9.6%. plenty of sunshine today, but we are expecting chilly conditions overnight. a breeze in the air as we take a live look outside. but look at that sunset. so are we expecting a weekend warmup? bob is updating the forecast from the first warning weather center. bob? >> as you can see, bright,
clear skies. however, with the clear skies, light winds, very dry air. temperatures are going to tumble now. zero around here. they had snow across northern new england. flurries up there. and even areas getting a little accumulation. for us, 55 degrees now. but it's very dry air. and because of the dry air and the winds dying down tonight. they have issued for late tonight into tomorrow morning. the weather service issues a frost advisory. for all of those areas north and west of town. as you can see, all of those areas across southern p.a., virginia, west virginia. nothing to our south and east. although i do think it's possible that maybe even widely scattered frost, anne arundel county, p.g. county, and interior sections of the eastern shore. but then tomorrow and the weekend, a big warmup. we'll have a look at those numbers in just a few minutes, kai? >> an alarming prediction about diabetes. the centers for disease control expects the number of americans with diabetes to double or even triple over the next 40 years.
randall pinkston has the report in tonight's healthwatch report. five years ago, doctors told michael smo lonotch, he -- smolonovember he had diabetes. >> my sugar levels were off the charts. and they told me if i had gone home, i would have died. >> reporter: right now, one in 10 american adults have diabetes. but the centers for disease control says in 40 years, as many as one in three adults could have it. >> people need to make big-time changes in the way that they're living. >> diabetes is america's 7th leading cause of death. the cdc estimates it cost the nation's economy, $174 billion a year in treatment expenses and lost wages. >> the cdc blames several factors. an aging population, more likely to develop type 2 diabetes. longer life for diabetics. and larger populations of
minority groups who are at higher risk for developing the disease. >> diabetes is a horrible disease to have. people don't like the thought that they have to change their lifestyle in order to control their health. >> reporter: experts say proper diet and exercise are crucial to developing the risk of getting diabetes or controlling it once you have it. smolenoff says he already eats well and exercises to avoid a worst-case scenario. >> losing your eyesight, or leg, kidney, kidney damage, heart damage. it's a very serious disease. >> reporter: and it's a concern more and more americans are going to face. >> reporter: in new york, randall pinkston, wjz eyewitness news. risk factors for diabetes include but aren't limited to older age, family history. a field goal in overtime sent the ravens to the second
defeat of the season. can the team get back? of course they can. sports mark viviano has more on what the panel is saying. >> you can be an expert on this one, denise. everyone is predicting a ravens victory. the only question is how much are they going to win by? i have it 27-10. stan has them winning by three touchdowns. scott garceau has it at 31-13, the ravens. the morning team at wjz f.m., 105 f.m. both have the ravens scoring more than 30 points. or at least 30. odds makers say the rairches are favored by 13. i'll have more coming up in sports. you can see the ravens, back at home sunday. and back on wjz. as they host the buffalo bills. see the game live at 1:00 here on wjz 13.
still ahead on eyewitness news. more harsh words for lindsay lohan in court. did the judge send her back to jail? and honoring groundbreaking women in american history. and how maryland contributed to the shocking find. and a fall warmup on the way. how high will temperatures climb this weekend? you'll find out soon. ,,,,
and then by their insurance companies. and last year they tried to end our coverage for mammograms and other preventive services. well i'm proud to say i got the law changed. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message so you'll know that being a woman is no longer a pre-existing condition. the manager of laurel park says if approved, the track is
likely to close. this comes as supporters of slots at the mall make a last- minute appeal to voters. neefts high school is undergoing a complete renovation. they say it's electrical that people vote yes on slots at the mall. >> we will have what we need for our children. we're talking all of the interactive video we need. >> teachers are joined by the local chamber of commerce who says the cordish has a perfect track record. >> a neighborhood group surrounding the mall is lobbying against question a. they received financial support from pen national, which would like to build a slots parlor at maryland race course instead. >> they have kept a low profile
on question a until today. now, they are saying if people don't vote against question a, it will cost a lot of jobs and revenue in the horse racing industry in maryland. >> and you would continually lose customers to that facility. it would be new, modern. there could be more things at their disposal. so it would be just a matter of time. >> he believes laurel, just 10 miles from the mall would close. and pimlico would run just 40 days around the preakness. but anne arundel says if slots are not built at the mall, he doesn't even think the owners would build that slots license. >> i happen to believe that if question a were to fail, it would be highly unlikely that slots will ever be in anne arundel county. recent polls showed the vote on question a is too close to call. the history of social change in america is often filled with images of men. yet many women were just as
pivotal in effecting change. this spotlights women legends in history, some of whom are still living. >> reporter: harriet tubman, shirley chisholm. coretta scott king. they are three of 20 african american women in a smithsonian institution exhibit, called freedom sisters, which is now featured in baltimore. >> freedom sisters is an exhibition which celebrates the role of women in the civil rights struggle from the end of slavery to the 1960s, 70s, and 80s. >> reporter: the women in the exhibition worked in a variety of professions and roles. from businesswomen and journalists and moms to politicians and poets. the thread that unites them is their untiring quest for social justice. >> you'll see something as simple as a jelly bean jar. and if you can count the jelly beans, you'll vote. >> reporter: it features sonya
sanchez. and of those featured, she's one of four who are still alive. these are african american women trail blazers. >> a poet is a person who has got to be out of his or her mind. >> these women who were with their husbands and sometimes were seen only as an appendage of their husbands. but they were not that. >> reporter: two of the women, harriet tubman, and frances watkins harper, were both from maryland. >> we have 20 extraordinary women who said simply, i ain't going to shut up. i'm going to keep marching. keep changing. this world was especially america. and i applaud them. and it is such an honor to be part of this. >> freedom's sisters will be on display at the reginald lewis museum downtown until february 13th. >> i will have to take my daughters down. >> looks like it is going to be
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oh, look at that. >> nice shot. >> that's the california sun. >> it's going down, over the mountains there to the west. in about two minutes, it will be gone. maybe even less than two minutes. >> we look at it. >> one day, it's going to go. >> take a look at temps and conditions around the region. east of us, it's already down. ocean city, it's there. let's take a look at temps. 55 there. 55 here. 53 in hagerstown. and 45, chilly in oakland. 29, dew point, very dry air. that sun is going down, just like that. out to the west. 52 in elkton right now. it will be a very chilly night tonight. right now, we still have a breeze. as long as we have the wind, it keeps things stirred up. a little ground friction. temperatures won't drop as much. but late tonight, the winds will die down. it should be dead calm after
midnight. that's why we do have a frost advisory, for all of southern p.a., and all of the areas west of baltimore, washington. howard, baltimore. carroll, west. all of these areas in virginia and west virginia. they'll probably see freezing temps out there. i think even on the eastern shore, away from the water body's interior areas, and even some southern sections, we'll see scattered frost by tomorrow morning, as temps get into the 30s. that's all you need. because the ground can actually be down to 32. but four or five feet above the ground, it can be 36 to 37 degrees. that's why sometimes you'll see temperatures. and it doesn't make sense. how do we have frost when it was 36 degrees? because right at the ground level, that's where the coldest air will settle. and you'll see some of that frost. now, out to the west, a big storm developing. causing all kinds of severe weather developing. tomorrow night, again, into the central and southern plains. that storm is not going to directly affect us. except it's going to bring warm
air along the east coast. it's going to happen as this high moves off. cool tonight. much warmer air tomorrow. and on sunday, monday, tuesday, and wednesday, thursday of next week. we're dominated by much milder air. way above normal temperatures. generally in the 70s, beginning this weekend. now, richard has been struggling to develop -- winds are 46 miles an hour. it's a tropical storm. very close to honduras and nicaragua. expect it to continue on that path. by wednesday, it's a remnant low, hopefully in the gulf. and it will not continue to grow. you can see the spaghetti plots. some of them have it into the gulf. but looks like the bulk of them shifting more toward the west or the southwest of that region. southwest winds here. 5 to 10 knots. bay temp around 62. tonight, clear, frost in some of the colder suburban areas. 36. low 40s in the city. and then tomorrow, sunny, warmer. beautiful afternoon, with a high up around 70 degrees. can't beat that with a stick.
>> oh, it's gone. >> nice shot. that's a beautiful shot. >> what did you do? >> two minutes. adios. >> did you push a button? >> night has fallen. >> feels like it, too. thank you, bob. well, there is far more water on the moon. now we're going to do g to the -- go to the moon. nasa made the big discovery with big help from maryland. the spacecraft that collected the data was collected at the goddard space flight center in green belt. >> men stood on the moon. but little did they know how much of what they were standing on was ice. last year, nasa set up a satellite to crash into the moon. in the process, it kicked up a lot of dust. they were able to determine that over 5% of the lunar soil is water. or more specifically, ice. >> amy wood is with the science center. >> they were unsure how much. they thought it might be in ice form and vapor form. what they found out is that it is mostly an ice form. and that there is a large, much larger amount of water than
they thought would be there. so it is pretty spectacular. >> there's so much water on the moon, it's possible to extract the water on the soil. >> how much moon soil would they have to process to make one gallon of water? about the same amount as this human, 183 pounds. >> such results bode well for this. a permanent base for humans on the moon. while we need water, but because of its weight, it costs millions to bring it with us on spacecraft. >> if you don't have to carry it, the less you have to carry, the better. there are a lot of uses for water on spacecrafts. but if you don't have to carry it. if you can pick it up along the way, it's definitely a better situation. >> reporter: mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. >> now, it took -- there's the moon, ladies and gentlemen. there's water on that moon. it took more than a decade -- somebody help that man. >> hey. took more than a decade to plan and implement that lunar goddard space center. >> we should be glad tonight is not a halloween and full moon.
>> although it's going to be very dark for halloween next week. it would be better to have a full moon. college student murdered for his laptop and cell phone. how his father is offering to help his son's killer. police, searching for two female suspects. what the women were caught on tape doing in howard county. life after treatment. why breast cancer survivors are using an ancient exercise to stay well. >> reporter: i'm gigi barnett in baltimore county. the details just ahead in tonight's healthwatch report. this is mark viviano, the ravens get ready for a home game while at the same time, reflecting on a super season of 10 years ago. i'll have the latest on the team. and the baseball play-offs resume tonight, with a defending champions, fighting to stay alive. that's all ahead when eyewitness news continues. ,,,,,
is just before 6:30. clear, 55 degrees. good evening. thanks for staying with wjz. here's some of the stories people are talking about tonight. a father's desperate plea for help. the people who murdered a student at arizona state university are still on the loose. and now, the victim's father has made an offer that may stun
a lot of parents. erica hill reports for wjz with details. >> reporter: just 21 years old, zachary marco already had big plans for the future, including law school and an internship in washington. zachary was a straight-a student, majoring in political science, at arizona state university. but sunday night, as he was walking home from the library, zachary's life came to a sudden and violent end. he was shot and killed in a robbery. his laptop and cell phone stolen. police believe two men were involved. a driver and a gunman. >> i want the kid that killed my son. and i realize it was a tandem there. but i also realize one pulled the trigger. and i want that guy. >> reporter: and to catch the guy who pulled the trigger, dan marco, zachary's father, went on tv to make a stunning plea, promising to help find a lawyer for one of the men responsible for his son's death. the driver of the getaway car.
in return for the identity of his son's killer. >> what i offered to him is that if he comes forward, i will do my best to help provide and assure that he gets the best defense possible and gets a deal that allows them to see the light of day again. >> reporter: dan marco is a criminal defense attorney. and few doubt his determination or ability to find the accomplice a good lawyer. an unusual offer. but for this father, it may be the price of justice for his son. >> reporter: now, zachary was walking on a well-lit street. police still do not know how the robbery escalated to murder. two men picking up trash on a busy maryland road are struck and killed by a driver who fell asleep behind the wheel. mary is in the newsroom with details on the investigation. >> reporter: police say they were state highway administration contract workers. they were picking up trash on the 228 median around 1:30 yesterday afternoon, when the suv went off the road and hit
them. both men were pronounced dead at the scene. the preliminary investigation shows the driver, 24-year-old yuri violat of hyattsville, fell asleep before the crash. police say the driver didn't appear to have any injuries but was taken to the hospital because he was shaken up. >> it's unclear whether any charges will be filed against the driver. right now, police are looking for the women caught on tape, using credit cards, stolen from a howard county home. detectives released these surveillance photos, showing the women using the stolen cars at laurel mall last week. the credit cards were taken from a home on old columbia road, as well as two televisions and jewelry. anyone with information is asked to call police. a 22-year-old man is behind bars. police arrested darren j. burke in baltimore city. detectives say he stabbed the men during a fight last month. the stabbing victim has been treated and released. burke is charged with attempted murder.
today, a judge called lindsay lohan an addict, before he ordered her to return to rehab, instead of jail for a failed drug test. >> sandra hughes reports for wjz, this is the actress's last chance in get-out-of-jail-free cards. >> reporter: actress lindsay lohan walked into the courthouse without showing emotion. but instead -- inside, she broke down when the judge decided not to send her back to jail but instead back to rehab. >> he called her an addict today. he said to begin the recovery process, you have to recognize that you're an addict. so i think the court was move. the first was that she chose such an intense rehabilitation program, known for its tense, strict regiment. also that she gave a very heartfelt, handwritten letter to this judge, right before court. >> reporter: the judge wants her in rehab until january 3rd. he said it's for a reason.
likely to avoid holiday parties and temptations. >> reporter: the last time lohan was in this courthouse, the judge sent her to jail for a month, without bail, for failing a drug test. but later that same day, another judge overruled that decision. >> reporter: "the mean girls" star paid bail and was ordered to wear an alcohol-sniffing scram bracelet, not to head to bars. and was headed to the betty ford clinic for an addiction to cocaine. this led to a short stint in jail and rehab at ucla. the judge warned he will not keep giving lohan chances. but if she cleans up her life, she'll give her unsupervised probation, beginning february 25th. lohan is due back in court february 25th and must comply with random drug testing. time now for a quick look at some stories you'll find in
the baltimore sun. a look at some of the islands in the chesapeake being swallowed up into the bay. inside the inner harbor home. a baltimore native and buffalo bills linebacker. and today's high school football action. for these stories and more, read the baltimore sun. first warning weather team. >> every year, many cases of breast cancer. they are using an ancient exercise to keep women healthy. gigi barnett has more in tonight's health report. >> you know, pull the covers up to my chin and rolled over. and i felt it. >> mary kay connolly remembers the morning she woke up and felt a lump in her breast. >> i did the motion over and over and over, about five times. and i sat up. and i thought, ooh, i should have this checked out. and i called my doctor the next
day. >> he found three tumors. now she is cancer-free. to stay healthy, she has turn said to yoga. >> you really need to be in tune with your body to make sure that you know -- is this pain still here? how long has it been there? should i call the doctor about it? and yoga really helps you kind of focus in on that. >> reporter: while doctors say a regular dose of heart-pumping exercise can help prevent breast cancer, after diagnosis and treatment, fitness trainers say their clients are reluctant to get back into the gym. it was part of the doctor's orders. but now, the active survivors network, a nonprofit group that focuses on training, offers an 8-week program that strengthens weak spots in survivors. >> it's taken a really long time for medical professionals to feel comfortable, making that recommendation to their patients. now you're seeing that in a big way. >> reporter: starting slow with
yoga may be a way to put doctors and patients at ease. the program's director, kay carne, says yoga is a way to heal the body and mind. >> it also allows us some quiet time that most of us don't have in our lives. anyone who takes yoga knows that that last five minutes, where you get to lie and relax with your thoughts and be quiet. how many of us really get that five minutes in our day? >> reporter: breast cancer survivors say they like the yoga class because it's a large group setting. and that gives them a chance to meet other survivors. >> the participants in the programs learn as much from each other as they do from the trainer. >> reporter: and stay well. in baltimore county, i'm gigi barnett. wjz eyewitness news. >> the active survivors network also offers strength straining in cardiovascular exercises for survivors. a reminder, you can take part in the strides against breast cancer. this sunday, 8:00 a.m. mary bubala will be there. it's all part of wjz's
continuing community commitment. still to come on wjz's eyewitness news. violent protests. a plan to increase the retirement age is causing outrage. unknown danger. the cookies that left three children hospitalized. i'm bob turk, the first warning weather center. a much warmer weekend headed our way. i'll have the exclusive first warning five-day forecast. and wjz 13 is always on. here are the top stories on wjz.com at this hour. for updates on all the day's news, and the updated forecast any time, log onto wjz.com. ,,,,
rescue efforts are under way in taiwan, after land slides trap 20 people. 12 buses and hundreds of tourists trapped. landslides caused a large section of the area to collapse. 23 people are reported missing at this time. the landslides were triggered by a passing typhoon. police are butting heads with protestors in france again. they broke through oil refinery workers and reclaimed the capital's main fuel refinery.
workers plan to raise the age. the strikes have caused many gas stations in the country to close. because they're running out of fuel. president obama visits the west coast. his first stop, california, where he goes to support senator barbara boxer. next up, las vegas, where he campaigns for senate majority leader, harry reid. both are in a dead heat. other democratic candidates are bringing in former president bill clinton to campaign. in fact, bill clinton has attended more than 100 democratic events this year. three children in california are recovering tonight. after eating cookies laced with marijuana. the boys, 9 to 11, ate from a package of cookies. they went out to play ball. then became ill. police say a neighbor left the cookies. the navy rescues one of its own off the coast of north carolina.
a sailor went overboard. he survived after nearly six hours in the water. ships and aircraft on the nearby carrier group, aided in the search. the sailor was discovered during the afternoon role call. the sailor has not released his name or details of the rescue. katie couric has more on what's coming up tonight. more money than ever is being spent on midterm elections. but does money buy results? we'll have that story and more tonight on the cbs evening news. and here's a look at tonight's closing numbers from wall street. we'll be right back. - ( music playing ) ,,,,,,,,,,, - we know technology can make you more connected.
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today, it's nearly double. and nearly a quarter of a million marylanders are looking for work. in addition, we face a national health care plan that will hurt small business and cost us jobs. so we have to ask, are you better off today than you were four years ago? we're heading in the wrong direction. we need strong leadership. say no to things we can't afford. fix our health care plan. and refuse to raise taxes. martin o'malley can't do it. i will. a clear but chilly evening. wjz is live. we'll have a look plus, the updated five-day forecast. >> and it's looking really good. we'll see frost, many areas, except in the city, by the water. but tomorrow morning, we start off in the 30s. warm up quickly to the upper 60s to around 70. in many places before it's all said and done. so warm afternoon. and check out this five-day
forecast. by sunday, great weather for football. just a few clouds. 72, game time temperature, probably right around 68, 69 degrees. on monday, a few clouds. maybe a shower late in the day monday. 74. nighttime lows, that's where we were today. 58. on tuesday, clouds and sunshine still a risk of a few showers. look at that. 77 degrees. the normal high on tuesday around 63. 59 at night on wednesday. partly cloudy. still warm. 75. looks like we really won't even cool back to normal until next friday. so enjoy the next five, six days. kai? >> all right, bob. thank you. going back in time. a look at johnny carson's golden moments from the tonight show. mark steines has more from hollywood. coming up on entertainment tonight. "lost," johnny carson with michael jackson, and the jackson five. the amazing performance not seen in decades. would you welcome the
jackson 5? >> april 1974. the jackson 5, singing their number 1 hit, dancing machine for johnny carson. >> it was their very first time on the tonight show. >> we have been waiting to do this show for a long time. >> we have -- we have been waiting to get you for a long time. do you get tired of traveling? >> no. >> reporter: with the youngest edition of randy, it was the jackson six. >> there's really six of us. but we call it the jackson 5. >> i'd get a good lawyer if i were you, randy. [ laughter ] >> a new, 15-disk dvd available in stores. and online at johnny carson.com. >> thank you very much. also tonight, mel gibson, fired from the hangover sequel. did the cast get him canned? plus, taylor swift's childhood
home movies you've never seen. we'll have that and much more coming up later on entertainment tonight. don't miss entertainment tonight at 7:30, here on wjz 13. johnny carson was a giant. >> he was. he was. still to come on eyewitness news tonight. the ravens look back to the super bowl victory. while they look ahead to sunday's game. mark has more, next in sports. ,,,,,,,,
bob ehrlich is desperate, and he'll say anything to get elected. negative attacks the media have repeatedly called "dishonest" and "total malarkey." and why can't we trust bob ehrlich? because he raised taxes and fees by $3 billion then denied it... because he says he's for us, but made $2.5 million at a special interest lobbying firm. and ehrlich says he'll cut education again if elected governor. bob ehrlich-- a career politician we really can't trust.
well, i'm not sure everyone is looking back 10 years, but i sure remember that. >> maybe they could do this again. >> perfect way to celebrate the anniversary. right? this weekend certainly has the feeling of a homecoming, doesn't it? ravens are playing host to the buffalo bills, sunday afternoon. that's a team the ravens are expected to be. meanwhile, the franchise is welcoming back several members of its super bowl team to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the championship team. final workouts in preparation for the game. ravens favored by two touchdowns. prior to the game and at halftime. coaches and players from the triumphant super bowl team will be on the field. ray lewis is the only active raven who remains from the title team. >> you recreate that moment coming back. you know, 10 years later. and that moment, like i said,
man. just seeing those guys come back. i talked to most of those guys myself. just seeing those guys come back. it's a heck of a reward to see that. and for that, i think it's going to be huge. not just for us. but for our fans as well in baltimore. >> this is a big weekend. i know a lot of these guys. i'm excited to see some of them -- obviously i came in the year after. so i kind of got a taste of what it was after. i'd like to get my own taste of what it's really like. but, you know, great team. great group of guys. fun group of guys to be around. and it will be fun to see a lot of them. >> reporter: now, todd heap did practice today. he says he is still sore in his neck and soldier from the -- shoulder from the hit he took. but it won't keep him from playing this sunday. safety ed reed practiced. but his status won't be determined until tomorrow or sunday. fellow safety tom zibicause bikowski has a foot injury and will miss the game. if you don't have a ticket, we'll bring the game to you.
see all of the action, here on wjz 13, kickoff at 1:00. other injury news in the nfl. indianapolis, tight end, dallas clark, stunned for the year. he needs surgery on his left wrist. that will cause him to miss the rest of the season. the pro ball catch is a favorite receiver of colts's' paitd -- peyton manning. well, it is also a big college football saturday. coming up tomorrow, navy plays notre dame. see that game here on wjz 13. live from the new stadium in the meadowlands tomorrow at noon. baseball play-offs resume tonight, with the defending champion yankees. needing a win to stay alive. game 6 in arlington starts in about an hour. rangers need a win to clinch a world series birth. hall-of-famer willy mays was on hand. giants in need of one more win over the phillies. they still need it. because they failed to get it
last night. former oriole aubrey huff at first base with the giants. two runs scored for philly. more than enough support for ace halliday. he would win in a 4-2 final. phillies win this one. in a fourth. game 6 in philly coming up tomorrow night. nascar running at martinsville virginia this weekend. denny hamlin has a top speed in qualifying today. this is hamlin winning at the martinsville track last year. in fact, he won there twice last year. so he pretty much owns martinville. top qualifier today. two wins yesterday. it is the chase for the championship in nascar. >> ooh. >> celebrate. >> but don't drink and drive. >> there you go. thanks, mark. be right back.
imagine denying a pregnant woman the choice of health care providers. only one senator voted with big insurance over pregnant women: andy harris. protecting our bay? harris was the only one to vote against cleaning up toxic waste sites. he always sides with the polluters, one of the worst environmental records in the senate. and harris was the only one to vote against extending education for special needs kids. no wonder his republican colleagues think he's too extreme. we can't afford his extreme ideas.
don't miss tonight's primetime lineup tonight at 10:00. hit drama, blue bloods, followed by eyewitness news at 11:00 here on wjz. the guggenheim was lit up last night. the museum partnered up with you tube to watch you tube play, an online showcase for the most creative videos on the site. a jury of experts picked over a dozen videos from around the world to be presented simultaneously at the guggenheim in new york, berlin, bill bow and venice. that is amazing. >> i don't know how they do that. it's talented. that's it for us tonight, everybody. we'll be back at 11:00. i'm kai jackson. >> and i'm denise koch. thanks for watching wjz, maryland's news station. much more ahead on the cbs ,,
>> couric: tonight, a massive leak of secret u.s. army field reports from iraq reveals shocking allegations of abuse of detainees by iraqi soldiers and police. i'm katie couric. also tonight, nine months after the earthquake, a new disaster in haiti. an epidemic of cholera. well over 100 have died already, hundreds more are sick. conservatives come to the defense of liberal commentator juan williams, fired by npr for his comments about muslims. and their ship has come in. the haves are spending on luxury items again. captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news world headquarters in new york, this is the "cbs evening news" with katie couric. >> couric: good evening, everyone. it is a leak that is more like a flood. hundreds of thousands of secret u.s. military documents from the iraq